Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Horseradish Sauce


Making horseradish sauce is very simple. Be prepared to have watery eyes. You are on your way to detoxing.

Peel the horseradish. Cut into size to fit into the food processor.

Shred in food processor, then use the S blade to chop it. So, you are using the food processor twice, shredding and then the S blade to chop.

When opening the cover of the food processor don't get too close, it has a powerfully strong aroma.

In bowl mix the chopped horseradish, Himalyan crystal salt and apple cider vinegar.
Start with a little bit, mix well, let it sit a few minutes, taste and add more if needed. Make sure it is not too dry, add more apple cider vinegar to keep it moist.

Store in jars, it will keep for a few weeks in the refrigerator.

Add to anything, it gives it a nice spicy kick and you're getting healthy benefits.

Horseradish has many medicinal characteristics. Antibiotic, antibacterial, stimulates the body's immune system, use for high blood pressure. Here is more information on
horseradish.

4 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

Oooh, delicious sauce!

Raw food lover said...

I love horse radish sauce! and this looks like an easy raw food recipe to follow, cheers!

Anonymous said...

How long will this last in the fridge?

jessica said...

It will last quite a while. About one month.